BrickBat Revue

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'''The Brickbat Revue''' was established in Los Angeles, California,U..S.A. as a [[freesheet|broadsheet]] in 2006 by Randall Fleming neé [[Rev. Randall Tin-Ear]] and Teka Lark.
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'''The Brickbat Revue''' was established in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. as a 13-by-19-inch [[freesheet|broadsheet]] in 2005 by Randall Fleming neé [[Rev. Randall Tin-Ear]] and Teka Lark.
Randall Fleming was the publisher of the zine [[Angry Thoreauan]].   
Randall Fleming was the publisher of the zine [[Angry Thoreauan]].   
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Teka Lark is a poet from Inglewood.
While initially the schedule was irregular it is now a quarterly broadsheet, a literary art venue, and a mixed media art journal.
While initially the schedule was irregular it is now a quarterly broadsheet, a literary art venue, and a mixed media art journal.
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*[http://www.brickbatrevue.org/ BrickBat Revue]
*[http://www.brickbatrevue.org/ BrickBat Revue]
*[http://zinewiki.com/Rev._Randall_Tin-Ear Rev. Randall Tin-Ear]
*[http://zinewiki.com/Rev._Randall_Tin-Ear Rev. Randall Tin-Ear]
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*[http://articles.latimes.com/2006/jan/01/entertainment/ca-youngartists1 L.A. Times article on Teka Lark]
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The Brickbat Revue was established in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. as a 13-by-19-inch broadsheet in 2005 by Randall Fleming neé Rev. Randall Tin-Ear and Teka Lark.

Randall Fleming was the publisher of the zine Angry Thoreauan.

Teka Lark is a poet from Inglewood.

While initially the schedule was irregular it is now a quarterly broadsheet, a literary art venue, and a mixed media art journal.

It covers art, poetry and the avant-garde of Los Angeles.

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